1. Tunefox.com
  2. Mandolin songs
  3. Dig a Hole in the Meadow

Dig a Hole in the Meadow mandolin tabs

  • Tablatures


    Flatt & Scruggs

    This arrangement of Dig a Hole in the Meadow is a simple rendition of the melody so you can get the basics of this song under your fingers.

  • Jam

    Flatt & Scruggs

    Playing in C is incredibly fun on the mandolin! This arrangement of Dig a Hole in the Meadow features some major sounding licks but try throwing some bluesy licks in there for fun.

  • Bluegrass

    Flatt & Scruggs

    This solo is an interpretation that features more blues-like phrasing. Check out the lick in the 3rd measure!


More about Dig a Hole in the Meadow

The Tunefox Beginner tab is focusing on accenting the melody notes of the vocal line. Intermediate arrangement features more 16th note up and down strokes than the beginner version and Advanced version adds some tasty melodic flare.

Need some practice help? Tunefox has several unique learning tools to keep your practice interesting and fun. Use the tempo slider to find the perfect tempo for you to practice at. When you’ve found it, test your speed with the “Speed Up” function, which will steadily increase the tempo each time the song or selected measures loop. When you’re ready to get off the tab, use Memory Train to increasingly hide notes each time Dig a Hole in the Meadow tab loops.

Once you learn the main arrangement of Dig a Hole in the Meadow, try switching out the licks in the song to learn about improvisation and creativity. You can do this by using the Tunefox Lick Switcher, which features hand-crafted licks built specifically for each tab. If you’re looking to spice up the entire arrangement of Dig a Hole in the Meadow, click Shuffle Licks, which can be found in the bottom tool bar.

The backing tracks included in all tab versions of Dig a Hole in the Meadow are a great tool for practicing the melody or improvisation. Go to Settings to change the volume levels of the mandolin, full band tracks, and metronome to suit your practice needs.

If you’re a Tunefox member, you have the ability to export your arrangement to a PDF file.